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The days of avoiding big-city crimes by living in small-town Iowa are long gone. Automobile thefts have been occurring in and around the Quad Cities at an alarming rate for the past couple years. The … more
When the Durant school board held a work session Nov. 25, it was the first since the election Nov. 5, where three local residents won seats on the board — Travis Bullard, Tara Lindsay and Carla … more
One freshwater mussel can increase water quality by filtering up to 10 gallons of water per day. Mussels feed on algae and other particles flowing downstream, in turn, making a great natural resource … more
Volunteers are needed for sorting and distributing Christmas gifts for area families in need. On Wednesday, Dec. 18, volunteers will gather at 6:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church at 1401 Maurer … more
MUSCATINE — The Muscatine County Sheriff’s Office has taken a pledge to keep tobacco, alternative nicotine and vapor products out of the hands of Muscatine County youth. Known as I-PLEDGE, … more
Dale Thumma, 94, of Tipton, died Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, at the Leland Smith Nursing Home in Wilton. Funeral services will be held at Fry Funeral Home in Tipton at 10:30 am Thursday, Dec. 5. Burial … more
The terms of two members of the Wilton Oakdale Cemetery board of trustees will expire at the annual meeting of all lot owners on Jan. 9. Currently the board of trustees makes the decisions for … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced her appointment of Jeffrey Bert as a district court judge in the Seventh Judicial District.  
 Bert, of Bettendorf, currently practices law with … more
Despite a 5-18 campaign a year ago, first-year head coach Erik Grunder lost 12 seniors, providing a big question mark coming into the 2019-2020 season. When the Beavers opened their season at … more
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